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... a little alley. There are several signs in brown for the royal barges museum but they almost all face the other direction so I actually went past them and then turned around and saw them. From there the signs for the museum are very straightforward and you twist your way through the back ways of a 'slum' until you finally make it to the museum.
I actually really enjoyed walking through this somewhat undisturbed community - the west side ...
... is jam packed with shops, restaurants, small hotels and vendors.
It was a bit of an adventure but we eventually found Wat Arun, after walking for about 20 minutes to the ferry to take us across the Chao Phraya river, and stopping several times to ask people how to get to the ferry. And getting out of a tuk tuk when the driver kept trying to get us to agree to get taken to someplace else. Tuk tuk drivers are notorious scammers. We were ...
... the palace and zening out with Buddha. Adjoined to the palace was a lovely textile museum where the queen so kindly donated many of her fine robes and famous clothes throughout the years. It would not be Bangkok without a Ladyboy show. I dragged a few girls from the hostel along for the ride to a tiny island called Asiateak and the Calypso show. Glitter, fairy dust and lots of bling - what more could you want on a night in ...
... to clear security and get on the plane.. CHALLENGE ACCEPTED (Thank you Barney Stinson)
After an extensive security check courtesy of an extremely heavy-handed female security officer, and a mad dash to the departure gate, I made it onto the plane heading towards Paris for my connecting flight to Bangkok at Charles De Gaulle airport. ...
... temples and buildings yet so many people live in terrible poverty. We all had a bit of a culture shock with the way people live in very basic homes. Bangkok is a manic place with the roads always busy. We negotiated the train system just like locals and actually did not get lost which was a surprise. Hope you are ok back in NZ. We have another long 12 hour flight tonight arriving in Vienna where we stay for three days ...